Have you seen how quickly our grandsons are growing up?
Asher is now 2 years old and in love with horses and dinosaurs – playing with and pretending to be – it’s a delight to watch him grow. (Thank you, Skype!)
Sebastian is now 5 months old. His latest activity is rolling over and pushing himself up to a Yoga-ish Downward Dog. It’s endlessly entertaining to us as good doting grandparents. Actually, anything he does is endlessly entertaining to us. Our greatest reward is getting that beautiful toothless smile. It feels like we have a superpower.
But, can I just ask: Did anyone else notice the weeks and months fly by? I don’t think I noticed this accelerated time-speed as much when my own kids were young. Probably too busy trying to get them down and get my next nap in, but that’s not important right now.
Now that we’re so hyper-aware, Eric and I are already discussing saving for college for these two squishes. The question always comes back to: Is it too soon?
This is where my friends at Scholarshare 529 come in. Putting aside $25 a month right now for each of the boys is a wonderful investment in their future. It’s also relatively painless. Much better than starting the conversation, say, 15 years from now panicking about how we can help them afford college.
Start small. Save big. That’s become our new moto. Learn more about the ScholarShare529 program here.
Years from now, our grandsons will be grateful we didn’t put it off.
Easy, convenient, affordable. There is no downside to this. Thank you Scholarshare 529 for this wonderful option.
So, in answer to the question: Is it too soon?
I must respond with: The sooner the better!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of ScholarShare for which I received compensation. All opinions are 100% my own.